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Nominated stories: Investigative category

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Nominated in Investigative:Breaking the dark net (VG, Norge)
Data journalism on the dark net. A complicated puzzle is put in place to reveal not only child pornography online, but also to show the police’s dubious methods of combating this type of crime, leading to both arrests and international debate. In addition, very well presented.
Presented by Oyvind Engan

De svenska skrotskeppen (DN, Sverige)
Based on a tip, the answer to the question “where do all Swedish scraped vessels go?” is looked for in public data. Great creativity in finding additional data sets. Well done from idea to presentation. (paywall)
Presented by Kristoffer Örstadius

Kommunernes skattelyleverandører (Avisen Kommunen, Danmark)
How extensive is the problem that companies that deliver services or goods to Danish municipalities are placed in tax havens? The answer is found in a large amount of public data. Carefully implemented, clearly presented.
Presented by Jens Holm

Paradissvenskarna (SVT, Sverige)
A deep diving in a leak to find the Swedish connections to the tax haven. Carefully carried out in the work of screening and analyzing data, and finally presenting the information relevant to its own audience. Very well visualized. (Also nominated in Applications, will not present in this session.)

Finn Parliament Visit log (Open Knowledge & Svenska Yle, Finland)
An important work for increasing public transparency. By systematizing and making available lists of visitors, Finnish parliamentarians meetings with lobbyists are displayed. The data journalistic groundwork carried out by OKF has been well implemented and has yielded a good dividend in a large number of articles. One example is from Yle, that published a story on how the Finnish Parliament systematically erases visitors’ logs (see Dolda data).
Presented by Aleksi Knuutila and Linus Lång. (OKFFI presentation)

Exploatering av rennäringens marker (Sameradion/Digitala insatsstyrkan)
(Not nominated but got special attention by the jury special for drawing attention to an important issue in the Nordic Sapmi.)
Presented by Digitala insatsstyrkan.


Rolf Dyrnes Svendsen

Project manager, NxtMedia
Rolf Dyrnes Svendsen is Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Global Alliance for Media Innovation (GAMI) founded in January 2015 by WAN-IFRA, the World Association of Newspaper and News Publishers. He is Editor of Adresseavisen, Norway’s fifth largest news- and advertising mediahouse... Read More →

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Øyvind Engan

newsroom developer, VG
Reporter gone developer. Talk to me about road bridges, train delays, election systems – or anything equally funny!
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Jens Holm

Journalist, Avisen Kommunen
A journalist looking into the affairs of the Danish municipalities at the independent paper kommunen.dk. Obsessed with writing articles and telling stories using interactive maps and charts often based on crunched numbers and bits of information gathered by scraping the web or FO... Read More →
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Aleksi Knuutila

Aleksi Knuutila works with OpenOwnership to develop tools to enable new kinds of investigations based on beneficial ownership information. There is a global policy push to open up information about benefactors behind companies, with 27 EU countries beginning to publish it by 2020... Read More →
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Yasmine El Rafie

Manager, Digitala insatsstyrkan, SR
Yasmine El Rafie Project and product manager for Digitala insatsstyrkan, Swedish Radio. Has a background as a social media specialist, as well as a reporter, producer and editor.
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Kristoffer Örstadius

Journalist, Dagens Nyheter 556246-8172
An investigative reporter and “hacker-journalist” at Dagens Nyheter, Kristoffer Örstadius has been praised for his in-depth reporting about THE Swedish school system, the housing crisis and immigration. In 2017, he revealed serious flaws in IT security at the Swedish Transport... Read More →

Friday March 16, 2018 12:20 - 13:10 CET
MB505 Sodertorn University, Huddinge, Sverige